Dear Take2 Supporter,
The Take2 Camp post-season has been incredibly busy! This fall, we launched our second 15-week social skills program, which uses the Unstuck and On Target! curriculum to teach flexibility and social skills in an engaging environment.
Students taking part in Unstuck find a peer group with whom they can spend structured time experiencing success. For many, this group has helped to cultivate a strong camaraderie with peers and positive relationships with educators that can’t be found elsewhere. As one student put it, “The teachers are really nice and they make you feel happy and sort of like at home. Very, very comfortable.”
Parents of this program have reported, “This is the only place I feel truly comfortable leaving my child—I know that he won’t be misunderstood here.” While their kids are learning, parents are taking part in a parent education workshop that helps them learn how to shape their support in a way that fosters independence and perseverance.
The Unstuck program has nearly doubled since its pilot in the Spring of 2013. It has given us the opportunity to widen our reach to both child and parent members of the community, and for that, we are very grateful.
Over the next few weeks, Take2 Camp will begin the application process for it’s 11th summer. This is a particularly busy and exciting time, because we are also in the process of developing a middle school version of Take2 that will be ready to launch in the summer of 2014! Please check our website as we post more information about this new, excursion-based program.
Although the weather is determined to make us feel otherwise, summer will be upon us before we know it, and we ask that you consider Take2 Camp during this giving season.
Your support has been and continues to be an essential component of our success.
Callie Stezar and Lynn Cannon
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